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With a history stretching back to 1937, Digital Cinema Media (DCM) provide on-screen advertising space in cinemas, working directly with brands and agencies to connect them with cinema-going consumers.
The brand as it is today was established in 2008 after being acquired by Cineworld and Odeon in a 50-50 joint venture, and their ambition is to be the voice of cinema as a medium and prove their unique value as part of an advertiser’s audio-visual schedule.
To help achieve this, staff and management follow their four core principles: to be brave, an expert, spirited and thoughtful.
Staff development is extremely important to the company. So much so that, over the last year, they have spent over £1,000 per employee on training.
With offices in London and Manchester, the company is led by Chief Executive Officer Karen Stacey.
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Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave to all employees
At least 10 weeks’ full pay or generous alternative
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